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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Weekend Curfew: Today’s first day of weekend curfew, if violated, you will have to eat the air of jail, know what will be closed and what will be closed

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New Delhi The pace of corona infection in the country is constantly increasing, due to which the situation is uncontrollable. The central and state governments are seen to be very strict to prevent infection, due to which 2.17 lakh cases are reported in the last 24 hours. The Delhi government will lockdown on Sunday to break Corona’s tranquility in the capital.

Various restrictions have been imposed by the government to follow the lockdown. If anyone violates the government’s guide line, he will also be arrested.

On Saturday-Sunday, barring essential services, the rest of the movement will be stopped. The CM appealed everyone to wear masks and follow the rules of social distancing. The mall, gym spa, auditorium will remain closed. You will not be allowed to sit and eat in restaurants.

On the other hand, Delhi Police on Friday warned that Kovid will be arrested for violating anti-kovid rules when he walks out of the houses without valid reasons during weekend curfew.

Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava held a video conference meeting with the Deputy Commissioners of Police of all the districts, directing them to strictly implement weekend restrictions imposed by the Delhi government to prevent the rapid spread of infection in Delhi.

At the same time, wedding ceremonies will not be affected by this weekend curfew, who will not follow the orders given by the person regarding the weekend curfew, they will be processed under the DDMA.

– Know who will get the discount

Health, disaster control, police, civil defense, fire service, district administration, accounts, electricity department, water and sanitation and people connected with air rail and bus will be exempt. Apart from this, government officials, Delhi government officials and all the employees of Autonomous Bodies and Corporation will also be exempted.


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